Title: El Volantin
Price: (an ungodly sum of...$42.00)
"This first ever album by Chilean band Los Jaivas had no name but it
always was called El Volantin . It was only release in Chile in a small
limited run for a real private label. Thats why someone could call it
the rarest album from Chile, way rarer than Aguarturbia, Kissing Spell
and Embrujo. Perhaps not as much sought after but rare as gold-dust.
The music is real trippy and you can compare it close with the Lula
Cortez Paêbirú album. Long passages of trippy sounds waving into fuzz
guitar songs. There is a more acoustic side of the album and the second
side is all electric. Really amazing music for everybody into acid
trips into the wild South American wilderness. I am sure that this
album was banned after 1973 when the Chilean government became nasty to
musician from another planet." - Shadoks.
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